Master of Business Administration
The Academic Experience
Looking to advance your career? Our fully online degree allows students to pursue their educational goals on a schedule that fits their needs. With small class sizes, engaged faculty, and a thriving community both online and off, UAF’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) helps students build skills and gain hands-on experience in marketing, finance, strategy, organizational behavior, and more.
Choose from one of eight concentrations: BLUE, business analytics, business continuity, cybersecurity, general management, healthcare, one health or STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Students may also tailor their degree by selecting from a list of approved electives offered through the MBA, Master of Security and Disaster Management and UAS’s Master of Public Administration program.
The MBA degree has achieved accreditation from Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, ensuring the degree meets rigorous standards and delivers a solid management education. Many MBA courses are certified by Quality Matters, a third party organization that ensures quality in online education.
Why Earn Your MBA?
There are many potential advantages to achieving your MBA degree, some of which include:
- Advancing your career
- Earning a higher salary
- Gaining expertise to start your own business
- Networking and exploring new opportunities
- Enjoying greater job security
Are you interested in a MBA, but have an undergraduate degree in something other than business? Not a problem! Pre-MBA modules are available to help you prepare for a graduate program in business
The College of Business and Security Management is extending an offer to waive the application fee for all students who apply to any College of Business and Security Management degree program. Use the waiver code UAFCBSM when applying to take advantage of this offer.
After spending my undergraduate years at UAF, I knew I wanted to pursue my MBA in
the College of Business and Security Management. As a Teaching Assistant in the College
of Business and Security Management, I have not only had the opportunity to pursue
my masters with financial aid from the university, but I have also had the opportunity
to have my former and current professors as mentors. In my courses, I am given the
opportunity to apply the curriculum to my desired field, and I feel confident that
the skills I have acquired in my coursework will be an asset in the field.